3 Days Chobe National Park

Day 1 Kasane/Chobe National Park. Depart from Livingstone and transfer to Kasane. This evening we will embark on a sunset cruise for sundowners and wildlife viewing on the magical Chobe River.

Day 2 Kasane/Chobe National Park (B)
Embark on open safari vehicle game drives to explore Chobe National Park, home to the highest population of elephants of any park in Africa.
 
Day 3 Livingstone (B)
 
Depart Kasane after breakfast. Transfer back to Livingstone. Tour ends upon arrival in Livingstone.
Why Visit Botswana 
National Geographic' tapped Botswana as Africa's last wildlife refuge. This country has recently gained recognition, joining Kenya and Tanzania, as one of the world's hottest wildlife areas. The country has intentionally avoided mass tourism and chosen to offer a higher quality experience to a lesser number of people. 
 
Accommodations
Most camps and lodges are tented, restricted in size (usually not more than 24 clients at a time); some Chobe properties are larger. 
 
Game viewing
Open vehicles, canoes and motor boats at 'wet' camps. The 'dry' camps focus on finding the large predators and herbivores. Some walking. 
 
Getting Around 
Light aircraft transport between camps is a necessity as roads are non-existent. 
 
Other Attractions The Okavango Delta, a wetland surrounded by desert, features wonderful wildlife viewing, with plenty of hippo, crocodiles and bird species. The Makgadikgadi basin offers a desert experience and Bushmen interaction. 
 
Itinerary Type: 
Activity Location: 
hotels
 
 
 

 

Tanzania Weather

Arusha: Few clouds, 30 °C / 86 °F

Uganda Weather

Entebbe Airport: Broken clouds, 23 °C / 73 °F

Egypt Weather

Alexandria / Nouzha: Scattered clouds, 18 °C / 64 °F

Botswana Weather

Francistown: Scattered clouds, 34 °C / 93 °F

Our Service to Community

scr

MAIN OFFICE. 
ONGATA RONGAI OFFICE . 
TIMES ARCADE, 2ND FLOOR . 
PO BOX 9598-00200, 
NAIROBI-KENYA .
NAIROBI CBD OFFICE. 
COLLAGE HOUSE, 4TH FLOOR , 
PO BOX 9598-00200,  
NAIROBI-KENYA